2011 NFL Mock Draft: A.J. Green Tops List Of Draft Prospects

Dan Kadar at Mocking The Draft posts his list of the top 200 NFL Draft prospects with less than a week to go before picks start flying off the board. Some of his evaluations are a little unconventional, but they're definitely interesting. Cam Newton, for example, is all the way down at No. 15, even though he's a pretty good bet to go to the Carolina Panthers with the top overall pick. (These picks aren't supposed to predict where players will actually be drafted.) Georgia wideout A.J. Green is ranked at the top of the list.

Here are some potential Steelers picks. These are all guys who either came in for pre-draft visits or frequently come up in mock drafts:

30. Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple DT

35. Phil Taylor, Baylor NT

37. Danny Watkins, Baylor offensive line

43. Aaron Williams, Texas CB

46. Brandon Harris, Miami (FL) CB

52. Ben Ijalana, Villanova offensive line

58. Curtis Brown, Texas CB

64. Ras-I Dowling, Virginia CB

72. Kenrick Ellis, Hampton DT

79. Sam Acho, Texas OLB

81. Johnny Patrick, Louisville CB

89. Marcus Cannon, TCU OT

108. Curtis Marsh, Utah State CB

115. James Carpenter, Alabama OT

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